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    Protien in urine and scheduled for inducement
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    ummzahra posted:
    I am 38 wks pregnant and went to doctors today to find out I have protien in my urine, the doctor immediately schedule me for inducing in two days. Im scared of being induced I have had 3 natural deliveries with no problems and have no idea of what to expect.
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    jessi2056 responded:
    I'm sure everything will turn out fine! Good luck to you and let us all know how it goes! Excited for you!
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